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2021/09/06 08:30:05 (permalink)

Mk11 (mk.2)

Ive been doing some reading about the rs3100. In doing so there’s a mention about a further 4 examples of the Capri 11 (mk.2).
Q.1. What year were these cars delivered.
Q.2 Were they assembled in Australia, if so which plant.
Q.3. Do they exist today.
Q.4. Where did they come from.
Q.5. What are some of the differences between them and the v6 gt we have.
Q.6. What heads were used oval or d port.
Thanks for any help

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    Re: Mk11 (mk.2) 2021/09/06 08:46:49 (permalink)
    in 1974 Ford Australia brought 4 MK2 hatchback capris over for the motor show to gauge public response.  The public did not like them so the MK2 was never sold here.  The 4 cars were bought by Ford executives and I know of 2 of them still in existence today.  
    The MK2 V6 used the D port engine, as the UK had been fitting D ports to all their capris since 1971.  

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